Black Orchid




      Black Orchid
By the acclaimed writer of THE SANDMAN LIBRARY Consider the orchid exotic, intoxicating and rare Consider Black Orchid a demigoddess in search of her own identity The flowerlike result of a scientific experiment, the Black Orchid must reconcile her human memories with her botanical origins Graphic novel format Mature readers. Read Black Orchid – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Black Orchid
  • Neil Gaiman
  • English
  • 26 April 2019
  • 0930289552

10 thoughts on “ Black Orchid

  1. Alejandro says:

    The blooming origin of Black Orchid is here This TPB edition collects Black Orchid 1 3.Creative Team Writer Neil GaimanIllustrator Dave McKeanLetterer Todd Klein SEEDS OF CREATION In the same very much sense that Alan Moore close friend of Neil Gaiman re invented The Swamp Thing character when he took the comic book, in this miniseries, Neil Gaiman re invented Black Orchid, while he hadlatitude to work since Black Orchid, while existing since 1973, it was known very little The blooming origin of Black Orchid is here This TPB edition collects Black Orchid 1 3.Creative Team Writer Neil GaimanIllustrator Dave McKeanLetterer Todd Klein SEEDS OF CREATION In the same very much sense that Alan Moore close friend of Neil Gaiman re invented The Swamp Thing character when he took the comic book, in this miniseries, Neil Gaiman re invented Black Orchid, while he hadlatitude to work since Black Orchid, while existing since 1973, it was known very little about the character, and it was until 1988 that Gaiman got the chance to tell the origin of the obscure comic book character.Black Orchid was a super heroine which MO was to disguise as a secondary female character in a story, investigating some crime, and even many times, she wasn t exposed, but just leaving a calling card, ...

  2. Jeff says:

    FLOWER POWERKeep your love beads in your patchouli reeking denim vest, hippie, this is a super hero comic Of sorts Oh, and the pony tail combined with the receding hair line doesn t do much for you either.Neil Gaiman, the guy who writes comics for real smart people myself not included tries to re invent the titled D list superhero, and bring her kicking and screaming into the modern world of comics Since Neil Gaiman doesn t write comics for shallow people like you, does this mean there FLOWER POWERKeep your love beads in your patchouli reeking denim vest, hippie, this is a super he...

  3. Anne says:

    3.5 starsBlack Orchid isor less the same kind of thing I ve come to expect from Gaiman.In other words, if you love his Don tNeedToExplainEverything style of storytelling, then this willthan likely be a winner with you.I prefer to be told or shown what the author is trying to convey, and quite often I think Gaiman likes to leave things to the reader s imagination a bit too much for my taste.I m not saying that this story was particularly confusing or that it leaves you hanging when 3.5 starsBlack Orchid isor less the same kind of thing I ve come to expect from Gaiman.In other words, if you love his Don tNeedToExplainEverything style of storytelling, then this willthan likely be a winner with you.I prefer to be told or shown what the author is trying to convey, and q...

  4. Chad says:

    I haven t read this since it was originally released in the early 90 s Dave McKean provides some of the best artwork of his career.Gaiman touches on the original Black Orchid before moving onto his own creation She s a human plant hybrid of the original and goes on a journey to find out what she really is I like how unlike later Vertigo comic books, this is grounded in the DC universe Black Orchid s creator hung out with Poison Ivy, the Floronic Man, and Swamp Thing back in college and she I haven t read this since it was originally released in the early 90 s Dave McKean provides some of the best artwork of his career.Gaiman touches on the original Black Orchid before moving onto his own creation She s a human plant hybrid of the original and goes on a journey to find out what she really is I like how unlike later Vertigo comic books, this is grounded i...

  5. Trish says:

    I ve been meaning to read this for a long time I ve never read a comic by Neil Gaiman before but I wanted to And Dave McKean, who s the illustrator, has done a marvellous job with several of Gaiman s novels so when I saw the cover of Black Orchid I knew I had to have it.I don t know many details about DC s superheroes but I know Batman and Arkham and Poison Ivy so I was doing fine with the cameos in this comic Susan Black Orchid seems to have been fighting crime until her untimely death I ve been meaning to read this for a long time I ve never read a comic by Neil Gaiman before but I wanted to And Dave McKean, who s the illustrator, has done a marvellous job with several of Gaiman s novels so when I saw the cover of Black Orchid I knew I had to have it.I don t know many details about DC s superheroes but I know Batman and Arkham and Poison Ivy so I was doing fine with the cameos in this comic Susan Black Orchid seems to have been fighting crime until her untimely death However, death was only the beginning As the title suggests, this story has something to do with flowers and since it s in the same universe as Batman, it s also about superheroes Sort of I don t want to give away too much.Apart from that, and this impressed me a lot, mundane top...

  6. J.G. Keely says:

    An important example of the re creation and reimagining of comics by British authors during the mid eighties, Black Orchid combines Gaiman s mythology with McKean s powerful artistic visions in the series which made their careers.Like Moore s Swamp Thing or Morrison s Animal Man , Gaiman was given the opportunity to place his stamp on a pre existing hero and like the others, by betraying cliche and embracing a suitably mystic sense of realism, succeeds admirably as an aside, Watchmen was An important example of the re creation and reimagining of ...

  7. David Schaafsma says:

    I was prepared not to like this, as I happened to see a reviewer I immensely respect, Sam Quixote, give it two stars though I also know he dislikes Gaiman, and Gaiman s mentor Alan Moore, though does seem to like another superstar compadre of sorts, Grant Morrison I see this book, which I had never read, as part of the whole rethinking comics project I associate with Moore in Watchmen, Millers Dark Knight, and part of this opportunity many took to rethink earlier comic heroes like Moore with I was prepared not to like this, as I happened to see a reviewer I immensely respect, Sam Quixote, give it two stars though I also know he dislikes Gaiman, and Gaiman s mentor Alan Moore, though does seem to like another superstar compadre of sorts, Grant Morrison I see this book, which I had never read, as part of the whole rethinking comics project I associate with Moore in Watchmen, Millers Dark Knight, and part of this opportunity many took to rethink earlier comic heroes like Moore with Swamp Thing, Morrison with Animal Man. and this was a little known, minor person, almost unknown, which I take it is a reason Gaiman would have wanted to do it, because he wouldn t be too burdened with all the known history so this is ala Moore and Gaiman, a mash up meeting of various superheroes, Arkham Asylum folks, Joker, Harvey Dent, and t...

  8. Kirstine says:

    This book is beautiful I mean, you say that sometimes, it s a word that we fling around and use when we can t think of anything else to say But this book is beautiful.The art is stunning and makes you feel as though you re in a dream And the story it s certainly no ordinary superhero tale It is, and I feel safe saying this, entirely its own thing Neil Gaiman shows off his talent for original and profound story telling, and Dave McKean brings it to life with the most insanely beautiful This book is beautiful I mean, you say that sometimes, it s a word that we fling around and use when we can t think of ...

  9. Arielle Walker says:

    Hands down the most beautiful comic graphic book I have ever read The artwork is stunning, and the story is complimentary to it There are a few familiar characters Poison Ivy, Swamp Thing, Lex Luthor, Batman etc but it s is Black Orchid who makes it really worth reading Though to be honest, the art is so gorgeous I d probably read it even if the story was crap Luckily, the story and writing is equal to its illustrations I m pretty sure I m just repeating myself but there isn t really a Hands down the most beautiful comic graphic book I have ever read The artwork is stunning, and the story is complimentary to it There are a few familiar characters Poison Ivy, Swamp Thing, Lex Luthor, Batman etc but it s is Black Orchid who makes it really worth reading Though to be h...

  10. Renégade ♥ says:

    4 to 4 1 2 stars

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